NFL Draft 2016: Houston Texans Day 2 selections


Looking at the Houston Texans selections on Day 2 of the 2016 NFL Draft

There has arguably been no team more active this offseason prior to the 2016 NFL Draft than the Houston Texans, especially when it comes to adding talent and depth with skill position players. As they entered the draft making their selection at the start of the back end at No. 21 overall after trading up one spot with the Washington Redskins, the Texans again elected to beef up at skill positions by taking Notre Dame wide receiver Will Fuller.

Knowing that sometimes things look better on paper than they do in practice, the Texans offense is beginning to look increasingly intriguing moving forward. They have the speedster now in Fuller thanks to the draft, they signed running back Lamar Miller, and have a new quarterback for the future in Brock Osweiler. Now the question is what the Texans have in store for Day 2 of the 2016 NFL Draft.

Houston certainly doesn’t hold an overwhelming number of selections to make on Day 2 of the draft, but they do own their own pick in both Round 2 and Round 3. The day will start for the Texans when they make the No. 21 pick in the second round (No. 52 overall) and their day will conclude when they make the No. 85 overall pick in Round 3. Whether they look to continue adding talent at skill positions or look to add big bodies on their offensive and defensive lines will be the real question for Houston on Day 2.

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